David Hansen hits the highs with soapsuds and fluffy towels.
A stunning, if far from fairytale, ending to OA’s Ring.
Mariss Jansons drives his 120-player musical Porsche into Brisbane with plenty of style and horsepower.
Armfield and Vinke find the Mensch in the Ubermensch
Food, wine, good music and then more food and wine. What’s not to like at Huntington 2013?
The John Travolta of the clarinet trips the light fantastic through music old and new.
Feathers and speedos in the first part of Neil Armfield’s Wagnerian vision gets this Ring off to a great start.
Early music royalty in a program of English music to raise the spirits.
Witty words and postmodern pastiche fuse in Sydney Theatre Company’s latest existential offering.
Ashkenazy relives his former Mahlerian glories while Sydney is treated to a class act on the fiddle.
Ashkenazy masters massed forces of SSO and Philharmonia Choirs in eloquent prayer for peace.
Perahia makes his long-awaited Australian debut with grace, style and aplomb.
The great English cellist returns to Sydney to perform with passion and showmanship.